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Roman Reigns Revealed Brock Lesnar And Paul Heyman Wanted To 'Crush' Him At WrestleMania 31

Roman Reigns is fresh off his third straight WrestleMania main event, which is pretty good, in my opinion. He won the WWE Championship last year, and this year he… 643 more words


Paul Heyman Says Brock Lesnar Could Conquer MMA Again

Paul Heyman was recently interviewed by Fight Society Podcast and spoke about Brock Lesnar and him wanting to compete.

Here’s what he had to say: 231 more words

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The Beast Won

Brock Lesnar defeated Goldberg tonight at WrestleMania.

Interview Highlights: Paul Heyman Says Goldberg is a Bigger Deal Than Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 33

Paul Heyman chatted with Brian Fritz of BetweenTheRopes.com, and says he feels that Goldberg is the bigger story at this year’s WrestleMania, not Brock Lesnar. 114 more words


WWE Universal Championship: Goldberg © v Brock Lesnar

After being humiliated by Goldberg at Survivor Series, Brock Lesnar looks to make it third time lucky against Goldberg and leave WrestleMania 33 as the new WWE Universal Champion. 993 more words


Paul Heyman Posts Blog Regarding WrestleMania Weekend - "Approaching The Over-Saturation Point"

Paul Heyman posted a lengthy blog on Sports.Yahoo.com talking about independent promotions running shows during WrestleMania weekend.

Here are some highlights:

A few years ago, my protégé Gabe Sapolsky, whose stellar work in discovering and developing great talent cannot be overstated, called me in the middle of the night and asked, “What do you think about me putting on a show during WrestleMania week?” My answer, at the time, caught him off guard.

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Interview Highlight: Paul Heyman Believes Ronda Rousey Still a Fit for WWE

Paul Heyman appeared on “The Fight Society” podcast recently to discuss a number of topics.  One of the topics that came up in discussion was the conversation about Ronda Rousey appearing in WWE, and whether she had cooled off following two straight stunning UFC losses.  225 more words